flative

Terms vs Flative - What's the difference?

terms | flative |


As a noun terms

is .

As an adjective flative is

(obsolete) producing wind; flatulent.

Lative vs Flative - What's the difference?

lative | flative |


As a noun lative

is (grammar) a case of verbs, found in the uralic and northern caucasian languages, used to indicate motion to a location; in the northern caucasian languages, the lative also takes up functions of the dative case.

As an adjective flative is

(obsolete) producing wind; flatulent.

Elative vs Flative - What's the difference?

elative | flative |


As a noun elative

is (grammar) in semitic languages, the “adjective of superiority” in some languages such as arabic, the concepts of comparative and superlative degree of an adjective are merged into a single form, the elative how this form is understood or translated depends upon context and definiteness in the absence of comparison, the elative conveys the notion of “greatest”, “supreme” or elative can be (grammar) in finno-ugric languages, one of the locative cases, expressing “out of,” as in finnish talosta, hungarian ból (“out of the house”) its opposite is the illative case (“into”) in finnish, the case form is used also to express "out of" or "proximity" in a figurative sense which in english is often conveyed by the word "about" .

As an adjective flative is

(obsolete) producing wind; flatulent.

Flatulent vs Flative - What's the difference?

flatulent | flative |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between flatulent and flative

is that flatulent is (obsolete) vain while flative is (obsolete) producing wind; flatulent.

As adjectives the difference between flatulent and flative

is that flatulent is affected by gas in the intestine; likely to fart while flative is (obsolete) producing wind; flatulent.

Wind vs Flative - What's the difference?

wind | flative |


As a noun wind

is wind; movement of air usually caused by convection or differences of air pressure.

As an adjective flative is

(obsolete) producing wind; flatulent.